The Hybrids feeding contains less ammoniacal nitrogen and higher amounts of magnesium which is beneficial for Hybrid varieties with a flowering time of 8-10 weeks and plants grown in hydroponic systems..
The higher amount of magnesium and sulfate stimulates the production of essential oils, terpenes and flavonoids.
Total Nitrogen [N] 15%
10% Nitrate Nitrogen
5% Ammoniacal Nitrogen
Soluble Phosphorus Pentoxide [P 2 O 5] 7%
Soluble Potash Oxide [K 2 O] 22%
Soluble Magnesium Oxide [Mg] 6.0%
Soluble Boron [B] 0.03%
Soluble Copper (as chelate from EDTA) [Cu] 0.03%
Soluble Iron (as chelate from EDTA) [Fe] 0.12%
Soluble Manganese (as chelate from EDTA) [Mn] 0.05%
Soluble Molybdenum [Mo] 0.005%
Soluble Zinc (as chelate from EDTA) [Zn] 0.01%
Similar to N and K, Magnesium plays a major role in chlorophyll production and photosynthesis. It also aids in the activation of enzymes and promotes protein synthesis. Lack of Magnesium results in stunted growth, which is visible as yellowing between leaf veins. Magnesium uptake can also be blocked by excess of other elements such as Calcium, Potassium or Sodium.